Friday, 10 September 2010

How to build a PC?

The smart way, of course. Research, learn, design, plan, build, test. Then play Starcraft 2. HA!

Starting guiding question: How computers work? (Howstuffworks.com)

How to select the parts for your Frankenstein PC - from Tom's Hardware (excellent resources IMO):

How to build a PC? (there are many books, magazines, web sites and YouTube videos about this, so get Googling and get some magazines!)
Recommended:

And for the Singapore "Hardware Scene":
Look at their pricelist (you may have to become a member -it's free-) their shootouts, and their product guides (AKA reviews).

Tip: Never go cheap on motherboards or power supplies (PSUs), or you may regret it...

Good luck and happy building.

FDE Cycle

Fetch-Decode-Execute Cycle Links with information about the FDE cycle, from simple & concise to deeper and more detailed: GCSE Bytes...